About Amir Ghandar FCA

Amir Ghandar is Chartered Accountants ANZ's Reporting and Assurance Leader. After starting his career in a country accounting firm in Northern New South Wales, Amir trained at top tier professional services firms including EY in Australia and London gaining extensive experience in reporting, assurance and regulation. In his role, Amir engages with Chartered Accountants and stakeholders to help shape the profession's vision on key policy decisions, represent the profession in major forums and reimagine how reporting and auditing can deliver on society's evolving needs.

Previously, as Deputy Director, Public Policy & Regulation at the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), Amir drove the public policy and advocacy strategy for the global profession on issues including reporting, assurance, and governance. He grew the profession's influence and networks at the top level of international policy making, collaborating with the G20 and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to carve out the profession's role in improving transparency, tackling corruption and building public trust.

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  1. In conversation with the global audit standard setters

    Amir Ghandar discusses current projects and future priorities with IAASB Chair Tom Seidenstein and Deputy Chair Fiona Campbell...

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  2. Big year for reporting and assurance

    CA ANZ Assurance and Reporting Leader Amir Ghandar discusses what is likely to be in store for reporting and assurance in 2020...

  3. Where to now for special purpose reporting reform?

    Update on special purpose reporting project...

  4. Inquiry on regulation of auditing in Australia

    What is it about and what are we doing?...

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  5. Have your say on ‘special purpose’ reporting

    Have your say on the AASB’s plans to replace special purpose reporting in the for-profit and NFP sectors in Australia...

  6. Audit: Where is it all heading in the UK?

    Have your say on the future of audit...

  7. Modular thinking - the future of audit?

    A modular approach might offer an opportunity to bridge the audit expectation gap...

  8. This is a golden age of audit

    A new premium on integrity and trusted information, coupled with the advent of new technologies solving complex challenges, signals a golden age of audit is at our doorstep...

  9. Auditors’ ASIC fees to go down

    Treasury has released a consultation to reduce the fees for auditors to apply to resign from a client from more than $3,000 to $40, following a letter by CA ANZ late last year...

  10. CA ANZ welcomes consultation to reduce ASIC fees for auditors

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) welcomes the opportunity to provide input on draft regulations reducing auditor resignation fees back to $40 (from $3,487) after engaging with...

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